All Activity

This stream auto-updates     

  1. Past hour
  2. Gershwin fan

    Somewhat Off-Topic: What have you been reading lately?

    I prefer Moliere to either of them, especially for this beautiful piece of music composed for his play.
  3. mr6666

    GOP madness Unbound...

    Civil rights groups slam RNC for 'fraudulent' census mailers to Montana residents The civil rights groups have asked the head of the post office to investigate the matter because the mailer may violate federal law. The RNC sent the forms — titled the 2019 Congressional District Census Mailer — to addresses in Bozeman, Montana, and informed recipients that "Your Participation is Urgently Needed," with instructions such as "Do Not Destroy Official Document," and "return your Census Document." Sent in late September, the forms told recipients to return by Oct. 15. In their letter, The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and The Native American Rights Fund argue that the mailers violate the Prevent Deceptive Census Look Alike Mailings Act and could sow confusion among Native American communities in the state..... The RNC form includes questions about political party affiliation, foreign election interference and if they plan to support Trump in the 2020 election, among other topics. It also asks for donations to the RNC and the Trump re-election campaign ranging from $25 to $1,000. If they are unable to pay those amounts, it urges recipients to send $15 to "help pay for the costs of processing my Census Document." "This creates a fear among individuals and communities that they must respond to the official Census, and it is likely that many will view the mailing as just that — because it says it is," the letter said. "Furthermore, the letter solicits a contribution.....
  4. Gershwin fan

    Your Favourite Foreign Language Films Up to 2015

    The Woman in the Moon (1929) Fritz Lang, Germany- 7/10 -Most of you already saw this one so I won't write up a long review. Yeah, I thought it was a really good sci-fi film that came on the heels of Metropolis' success. The effects are good for 1929 though the science isn't exactly right (atmosphere on only one side of the moon ).
  5. Is that a declaration of victory Or whatever. Having reached an impasse in our little discussion here, I thought to seek out some happy common ground and desist. But perhaps that's all wrong and it's something else (it is a bit cryptic). But that's no lie about Chekhov (the one with an H of course), he is a big fave.
  6. Brrrcold

    First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

    "The Ugly Duckling", HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON (1952) Next: A sea song.
  7. starliteyes

    THREE word titles

  8. Peebs

    Actor/Movie Association Game

    Brian Dennehy
  9. Peebs

    *A to Z of Movies*

    Jesus Christ Superstar (1973)
  10. starliteyes


    Spring Fever
  11. starliteyes

    Movies by Number

    One of the Best
  12. Peebs

    A to Z of Characters

    Lina Lamont (Jean Hagen in Singin' in the Rain)
  13. starliteyes

    People Pictures

    A Modern Cinderella
  14. starliteyes

    Places everyone!

    The Secret Studio
  15. starliteyes

    Movie Trivia

    Peter O'Toole in My Favorite Year?
  16. Peebs

    Name a Celebrity - Name a Movie

    Robert Stack was in "Airplane!" with Lloyd Bridges
  17. Arsan404

    All about FOOD

    To Catch a Thief I think he preferred the leg
  18. starliteyes

    The Men Have It

    William Campbell was in The Breaking Point with Wallace Ford.
  19. Peebs

    TWO word titles

    Cauliflower Cupid (1970)
  20. Peebs

    TWO word titles

    Hot Blood (1956)
  21. Terrence1

    Name a Celebrity - Name a Movie

    Robert Keith was in "Written on the Wind" with Robert Stack.
  22. starliteyes

    Long Titles (6 words + up)

  23. Terrence1

    A to Z of Characters

    Kenton, Sarah, played by Emma Thompson in "Remains of the Day"
  24. Peebs

    ONE word titles

    Underwater! (1955)
  25. Terrence1

    *A to Z of Movies*

  1. Load more activity

New Members:

Register Here

Learn more about the new message boards:


Having problems?

Contact Us